New York City comptroller rejects city’s DocGo contract for migrants

The New York City comptroller has rejected the city’s $432 million contract with DocGo to provide shelter services for migrants.

That’s the company helping migrants with job placement, skills training and ESL courses across the state.
Comptroller Brad Lander noted problems with the deal, as well as concerns raised on the news about the company’s activities.

The comptroller’s bureau has only returned .2% of all contracts submitted by city agencies since the start of last year.

Now, Lander is asking the state to reconsider whether DocGgo is an appropriate choice.